Turns caffeine and pizza into code.
May 20 2020
As the scopes are still undocumented yet (I checked the link now) I am going to remove myself from this task for the time.
Jul 15 2018
@Legoktm those benchmark results are a bit old, while fluidsynth might got an update, I can update them if required :)
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Jan 23 2018
Here are some thoughts from my side as a GCI participant:
Jan 22 2018
Looking at the current source of Phabricator on GitHub, the "required" scope for user.whoami is referring to self::SCOPE_ALWAYS, therefore the docs for https://github.com/ofbeaton/oauth2-phabricator should be updated to list that scope.
Jan 21 2018
Added missing documentation to the extension wiki page:
Jan 19 2018
But it had other issue and the author wasn't doing anything for a month since that day, that's why I took it up and made mine when working on the task with @jayvdb as mentor.
@Dalba ok, that's a point, but now why the revert?
Afaik it's usually supposed to install all needed requirements from the requirements.txt, but I may be wrong here.
Running on Windows, make sure you don't have python-stdnum installed.
Jan 17 2018
I wrote my blog post in English, it lacks a bit at the end, but ready for the public :)
Jan 15 2018
I made my suggestion over at the discussion page, hope it will be fixed soon :)
11:06:35 <RexxS> divadsn: the blacklisting of a title is via the Extension:TitleBlacklist - https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:TitleBlacklist
This filter might be present here: https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Special:AbuseFilter
Jan 13 2018
I'm sorry that I've overlooked the basic styling of those elements, now I re-done the patch and kept those styles in tact, only changed the scaling behavior.
Jan 11 2018
Closing as the original PR got merged a week ago.
Jan 10 2018
@Stemby MP3 files are better for mobile users from my experience when it comes to loading time and file size.
Now it's possible to slowly migrate from TiMidity++ to Fluidsynth and then after a period of time drop support for TiMidity++ :)